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May 28th, 2010

Robertson Training Systems Newsletter 6.09 5 Keys to Becoming a Fitness Authority So, you want to become an authority figure in strength and conditioning, personal training, or both, eh? One of the questions I get from interns and seminar attendees alike is, “How do I get to the next level?” It’s interesting, because I see […]

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Fitness Info Products and Internet Marketing

This industry frustrates me some times. Today, I’m going to talk about a very polarizing topic – fitness info products, and the marketing of fitness info products. You see, over the past 2-3 months, I’ve watched numerous “launches” of fitness info products come and go. Far too often, it’s the same thing: –  Create an […]

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Opening a Fitness Facility

Below is a Q&A response that I wanted to post up.  Hopefully it will help those of you out who are hoping to open your own gym/fitness facility someday! Hi Mike, I really enjoy reading your level headed and erudite advice on your newsletter, Fitcast, Mens Health, etc. I am an aspiring entrepreneur, not unlike […]

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Crush It versus the Four Hour Workweek

For today’s blog, we’re going to look at how two books at opposite ends of the spectrum can help you achieve your goals. Today, I want to discuss two of the most influential books I’ve read recently – Gary Vaynerchuk’s Crush It and Tim Ferriss’ 4-Hour Workweek. If you’ve read both of these books, you […]

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A Tip for the Trainers

I’m always amused by people who tells others how to make more money. So by giving you money, you’re going to tell me how to make more money? It’s intriguing, at the very least. And that’s not to say there aren’t some great examples out there.  I think Pat Rigsby is one of the most […]

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Breaking Into The Industry

Originally Posted at Hi, my name is Mike, and I’m an addict. I’m absolutely addicted to learning more about the human body and helping people achieve their goals. If I wasn’t, why would I spend 13 or 14 hours on any given day training people? So you think you want to get into the […]

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